The North Pier dive was a success! Bob, Kirk and Don dove on the sheltered side of the North pier as the winds were strong out of the south causing lots of wave action on the south side. We anchored near the end of the north pier and used the anchor line as the guide. I would estimate the visibility was around 6-7 feet at best, the surface temp was 60°F and at 27 ft it was 55°F. Since many rarely dive the north side, we got to check out a lot of stuff in the water. I traveled around the end of the pier and went golf ball collecting and picked up over a dozen before my pockets were full. By the time we pulled anchor and headed between the piers the wave trough’s were every bit of 3 feet and white caps everywhere.